CHARLOTTE, N.C. - First lady Michelle Obama will be in Charlotte the day before Election Day, the campaign announced Thursday.
Campaign officials tweeted the news on Thursday but haven’t released further details about her visit.
The vice president's wife is also scheduled to visit North Carolina ahead of Election Day.
Jill Biden was supposed to visit on Sunday, but it was cancelled because of Sandy. She will now be in the Huntersville area Friday.
First lady to be in Charlotte on Monday
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